The trial of Florida resident Clinton Raymond McCowen, who filmed orgies and sold access to the videos on his web site, CumOneHerFace.com, is scheduled to start next month. And McCowen's got himself an interesting defense. Since the core of the charges against him is creating and distributing obscene material, and obscenity is defined by "community standards," McCowen's lawyer Lawrence Walters plans to show that the Pensacola community is, in fact, just fine with pornography and orgies. How? By demonstrating that more Pensacola Google searches look for the word "orgy" than the word "apple pie." “Time and time again you’ll have jurors sitting on a jury panel who will condemn material that they routinely consume in private,” Walters told the New York Times. “We can show how people really think and feel and act in their own homes, which, parenthetically, is where this material was intended to be viewed." Prosecutors in the case argue that Google searches aren't necessarily an indicator of how a community feels about Internet orgies; in fact, the large number of searches may just prove there are one or two seriously twisted folks living nearby. Salon's Farhad Manjoo finds the defense at least a little persuasive; on the other hand, he says, apple pie recipes are pretty common, but "Google is going to be your first -- and likely your only -- solution when you're struck by that ever-so-frequent taste for an orgy."